Guess how much I am? ( ANSWER!)

When you see this Duncan Phyfe table, what do you think of it? Cute? Elegant? Fug?
How much do you think it is?


THE ANSWER? 
$35

STILL DEBATING IT THOUGH. I DO LIKE THE CONTRAST OF TOP AND BOTTOM, THIS VERSION IS PRETTY RARE AND WHEN I DO SEE THEM, THEY ARE WELL OVER $250

8 comments:

  1. Wow! Bet you found this on Craigslist, you lucky girl. Gorgeous pedestals. I'd paint the table apron to match the pedestals and refinish the top. Mismatched pierced back chairs, painted white, would be gorgeous with it. Great project for chalk paint. I'll bet you got this either for free or nearly so and just want to gloat.

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  2. Love the bottom-hate the top, needs paint!

    $100?

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  3. I don't own it, just debating. The top is actually refinished and really slick

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  5. I have a Duncan Phyfe dining table and I love it. We had our table refinshed a couple of years ago and it has all the original chairs. I haven't used the leaf yet.

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  6. I'd guess it to be $100 and I think OLD WORLD when I see it. I actually kinda like the two-tone. Or you could do what everyone is doing these days and paint it some bold color (peacock blue say all the blogs...)

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  7. I don't know recognize the table's name, but I sure do appreciate it's quirkiness!! How much, Steph?

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  8. I hate that I'm about to say this but paint the top. Or paint the apron and refinish the top in a dark walnut color....but I'd paint everything something other than the antique white it is.

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